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the name of the second victim that was killed. 29-year-old krystle campbell is among nothose who had their liv tragically cut short. the president led an event honoring the 2012 nascar champion with remarks about the tragedy in boston. >> we mourn the victims. we pray for their loved ones. and rest assured, as i said today, and will continue to say until it gets done, we're going to uncover whoever it is that was responsible for yesterday's cowardly act. we're going to find out why they did it, and they will be brought to justice. >> and as authorities put out the call for photo, video, any information to help lead to the perpetrators, we are learning more about just how the explosives were made. law enforcement officials familiar with the case say they appear to have consisted of an explosive and shrapnel backed inside a pressure cooker, probably triggered by some kind of timer. if that is the case, we have seen this before. one of the three devices used in the 2010 attack in times square incorporated a pressure cooker containing approximately 120 fire crackers. a soldier, nazir abd
krystle marie. >> reporter: krystle marie campbell was 29 years old. she was at the marathon cheering on her friend's boyfriend. she was a manager at jimmy's steak house. she took care of her sick grandmother, and her dad, william campbell, told us she was every father's dream. her mother patty spoke outside her home. >> she was always smiling. i couldn't ask for a better daughter. we can't believe this has happened. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: the third victim in the bombing, a chinese graduate student at boston university. her family in china has asked that her personal information not be disclosed. when the bombs went off, we knew evil was at work but so was good. it always is. >> but we also as a community and as a city can come together. >> reporter: even in darkness there is light. >> and that was our terry moran. among those recovering from severe injuries are two brothers and each of them lost a leg. 33-year-old j.p. norden and his younger brother paul were at the marathon cheering on a friend when those bombs hit
. another victim identified just yesterday afternoon, krystle campbell, would have been 30 a few weeks from now. at one point she moved in her grandmother for two years to care for her after she underwent surgery. tragically at the hospital, krystle's parents were first told that her friend who she had gone to the race with had died only to be told later it was krystle who was killed. >> we are heart broken at the death of our daughter krystle marie. she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved her. she had a heart of gold. she was always smiling. you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this is happening. she's such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> the third victim was a boston university graduate student watching the end of the race with two friends not far from the school's campus. university officials are releasing no other information pending permission from the family. brian? >> all right. thank you very much, chris live for us in boston. we'll see you later in the morning on "jansing & company." i want to bring together
campbell were killed in the explosion. a graduate student from china by but her name is not been released. ed payne has more on the story. >> they came to the boston marathon to cheer on the runners of lost their lives on two bombs exploded near the finish line leaving those in the devastated. patty campbell talked about her daughter crystal. >> everyone that knew her loved her. she loved her dog. >> last night hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor the youngest beckhvictim martin richard. >> if he was never sat or down he was happy and cheerful and ready to go. he was all around a wonderful kid. it is unfortunate it had to happen to him as a young age. >> at boston university graduate student from china was killed in the blast. our parents had asked the chinese consulate not to name her. >> in addition to these victims more than 170 people were injured in the blast. this was hit by shrapnel. >> i saw a little hole in my side. then i noticed there was a hole in my sweatshirt and had gone through. they did an ultrasound on the in the lobby and that is when they realized it was
campbell and a boston university student a chinese national and her family asked that no other information be released. >> another individual in dorchester, massachusetts. people are holding banners asking for peace. >> they see the candles and the american flag and it was peaceful but it was also a reminder of how united we are as a neighborhood. >> all around the country not just runners but americans standing united with boston. runners going for a jog to honor the victims. >> we will also learn much more about the three victims. we have a closer look at each person there who lost lives and how their family and friends are remembering them. good morning, molly. >> good morning patti ann and heather. a difficult day for the city of boston. the loss of the three lives all of them had a connection here a 8-year-old boy his name martin richard. he was at the finish line with his mom, dad and his little sister when the bomb blasted. his life was taken his mother and sister remain very bravely injured and the dorchester neighborhood where he lived is completely stunned. they are remembering t
. everybody that knew her loved he her. >> patty campbell was originally told by the hospital that her daughter krystle survived the marathon bombing. >>> and a night of healing. a candlelight vigil for one of the youngest victims of the marathon bombing, while in new york the yankee stadium crowd put aside their feelings for boston and channelled the signature sweet sound of fenway park. oh, my. that puts a smile on my face. >> what a moment. gives people of boston goosebumps. >> that matters. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> good morning. i'm brooke baldwin. it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with this. new developments in the boston marathon bombings. chilling photos just released. they show the remains of one of the explosive devices. wir wires, we're also seeing a battery and bits and pieces of what looks to be a circuit board. reuters saying the government official who did not want to be identified shared these photos along with these images of a mangled pressure cooker. as we look at the different photos, one appears to be a cluster, you se
of an explosive device rigged to inflict maximum damage here. >>> 29-year-old krystle campbell died right near the marathon finish line. her mother simply heart broken. >> she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved he her. >> the family was initially told that krystle had survived. >>> and the sweet signature tune for the boston red sox at fenway park turns up of all places at yankee stadium on the playlist last night, and i know everybody was rooting for boston. >> what a tribute. >> goosebumps watching that. good wednesday morning. welcome to a special edition of "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john bermen. we are live in boston. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> new developments in the boston marathon bombings to tell you about this morning. investigators tracking down some 2,000 leads. 2,000. examining chilling new photos. these photos just released overnight showing the remains of one of the detonated devices. they show wires, they show a battery and bits of what appears to be a circuit board. reuters says a government official who did not want to be identified shar
campbell was also killed. >> you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this is happening. she's such a hard worker in everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> nbc's chris jansing joins us now live from boston. chris, what an emotional time for the city of boston. >> without a doubt. this is a city that is grieving. it's also a city that's coming together. and we saw it in a very big way and in a heart warming way last night in dorchester which is the home of 8-year-old martin richard. a big crowd came out to show support for the family. it is hard to even imagine what they are going through not only losing an 8-year-old but the mother who had to undergo brain surgery. she had a very serious injury whether the entire family was near the finish line of the boston marathon. and their little girl, just 6 years old, first grader, who lost her leg. but last night we saw people lighting candles. they were laying flowers, stuffed animals and a lot of peace signs. one of the moving pictures that has come out of this is less than a year ago when little martin richard had made
now know, 29-year-old krystle campbell. what a life she had. so much love from her entire family. and also, martin richard, young boy just 8 years old. a candlelight vigil held last night in his honor. people packing a park in his dorchester neighborhood. as for the injured, some good news to tell you about this morning. at least 100 of the 183 people taken to the hospital, they have now been released. we are -- >> we're hearing president obama set to visit boston tomorrow just to make everybody understand how big this is to the country. there will be an interfaith service when we gets here. we're tracking this entire story for you live in boston, looking at who was lost, but also the important steps toward finding who did this and why. let's bring in national correspondent susan candiotti joining us here in boston with the latest. susan? >> good morning, chris. because of these photos, we are now getting a close-up look at what a killer or killers used to kill and to maim innocent people. crime scene photos show part of what could be a pressure cooker used in the bombings. other
back. can you stop for a minute? >> reporter: the emotion just as raw as patty campbell remembered her daughter, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who also killed in the attack. >> she was a wonderful person. >> reporter: campbell reportedly left her job at a restaurant recently to take care of her ailing grandmother compounding the grief, the initial glimmer of hope when the family was first told krystle was alive, only to learn it was her friend who survived. >> she was all smiles. couldn't ask for a better daughter. >> reporter: and this morning new details are trickling in about the third victim, a boston university graduate student from china who had been watching the marathon with two friends when tragedy struck. the parents of the graduate student of china have not released her name yet because they haven't told her grandparents, saying they don't think that they can handle it. also of note, that restaurant where campbell worked, they closed it today in her honor. >> thanks very much. >>> we turn to another potential terrorism scare out of washington. a letter mailed to a mississipp
of dorchester massachusetts. on tuesday, another victim identified. 29-year-old criskris kris krystle campbell. >> i can't believe this is happening. >> reporter: the third person identified is a boston university graduate student. as for the man police are questioning in the hospital. he was a spectator, he was injured, but not a person of interest. charlie and norah. >> we have john miller, formerueller, former fbi director. >> they are looking at a lot of photographs. a couple of them they have seen they have high interest in. these are photographs that are immediately before the bombings or minutes before the bombings where they see an individual with packages who they think is a possible match for the bomber. with more than one photograph with more than one individual. they are trying to go through digital evidence will we find a picture of our guy. >> this particular photograph people are making note of this morning. it looks like if you look in that area there, it looks like a package in front of the speck spectators. most of the spectators had a blast from the back o
common to honor martin richard, crystal campbell and a boston university grad student. >>steve: eight-year-old martin richard, the youngest victim, was at the race cheering on his father. he was at the finish line to give him a hug when the bombs went off. his mother and younger sister suffered major injuries from the blast. i believe the mother has a brain injury. >>brian: and the sister's holding on two. 29-year-old krystal campbell killed in the commotion. she was at the marathon cheering on her friend's boyfriend. >> we are heart broken. she was a wonderful -- she had -- everybody that her loved her. she was always smiling [inaudible] you could not ask for a better daughter. >>gretchen: we now know the third victim was a chinese national. she was attending grad school at boston university. her family has asked that no other information be released at this time. there is one piece of information that is amazing that's coming out this morning, and that was yesterday governor deval patrick had a press conference in massachusetts and was talking about one of the victims he had seen in
campbell, another struggling to accept her loss. >> we cannot believe this has happened. such a hard worker in everything she did. it does not make any sense. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> what kind of daughter was sheet? >> she was the best. we could not ask for a better daughter. >> police believed the bombs were in a domestic pressure parker, a technique that has been used in iraq and afghanistan. explosives are placed inside and the ball bearings and nails are placed around the explosive and the list is put back on. the bomb goes off, it causes maximum devastation. police believe the parts were put into a backpack, a backpack was left on the ground, and the suspect walked away. president barack obama will travel to boston on thursday for a service to remember the victims. he says this was an act of terror but americans cannot be terrorized. >> what we don't yet know is who carried out this attack or by, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization foreign terrorist ofanizationor was the act a malevolent individual. >> the fbi is asking people in the boston area if th
short. 29-year-old krystel campbell, the restaurant manager went to the marathon to take at that picture of her friends's boyfriend crossing the finish line. hundreds of neighbors remember martin richard with boundless energy and infectious smile that would simply light up a room. >> this was a devastating tragedy. to have it happen so close to home. so close you could actually hear the bang. that is too close to home. >> although it was shocking as you can see here tonight it really rally ad strong community together. >> it is kind of uplifting to see the whole park full and all of the community spirit of people wanting to be together to support each other but also so that the family knows how much support they have. everyone knows them. everybody loves them. it is just unthinkable such, you know, anybody's little boy was our little boy. bill: also through her own tears, patty campbell the mother of krytel. mother remembers a daughter taken too soon. >> i remember, everybody that knew her, loved her. she used to -- had a goal. who couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this
will cry and then the other one will. it is heartbreaking. victims have been identified. krystle campbell was one of those killed. her mother paid tribute to her. >> i cannot leave this has happened. she was such a hard worker in everything she did. >> boston is a city that mourns for its dead. tomorrow, president obama comes to sharon agreed, and to reassure a nation shaken by the attacks on the marathon. >> a busy day in the investigation where we do seem to have fixed the sound problems that we have with boston. lord trevelyan is there. we have been getting conflicting reports -- laura trevelyan is there. we have been getting conflicting reports. describe for us what we know and what we do not know. time, thereoint in are two things we know. boston police and the fbi have said that no arrests have been made in connection with this case. and we also understand that a press conference with information from the police and the fbi was do about half an hour ago, but was postponed. that is due this evening. those are the two things we know. the rest of the realm of speculation and contradict
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and sister. also killed crystal campbell of arlington. she's being remembered for her generous spirit. crystal had been going to watch the marathon since she was a little girl. the third victim was a gradual student. she was from china. the consulate refused to release her name at the request of her family. crystal's mother struggled with her emotions as she remembered a woman who was full of life. >> she was always smiling. i can't believe this is happening. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: third grader martin richard recently celebrated his first communion. richard's mother and younger sisters are also hospitalized tonight. neighbors say the mother suffered a serious brain injury and the 6-year-old sister lost her leg. in all, 176 people were injured. most have been treated and released. but those who remain hospitalized have severe injuries. massachusetts general hospital is among 12 hospitals caring for the victims. a trauma surgeon said today she couldn't describe having to amputate someone's limbs. the victim's range in
at the race along with his parents, father and sister. also killed crystal campbell of arlington. she's being remembered for her generous spirit. crystal had been going to watch the marathon since she was a little girl. the third victim was a gradual student. she was from china. the consulate refused to release her name at the request of her family. crystal's mother struggled with her emotions as she remembered a woman who was full of life. >> she was always smiling. i can't believe this is happening. she was such a hard worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> reporter: third grader martin richard recently celebrated his first communion. richard's mother and younger sisters are also hospitalized tonight. neighbors say the mother suffered a serious brain injury and the 6-year-old sister lost her leg. in all, 176 people were injured. most have been treated and released. but those who remain hospitalized have severe injuries. massachusetts general hospital is among 12 hospitals caring for the victims. a trauma surgeon said today she couldn't describe having to amputate some
was doing. this is 29-year-old krystal campbell, a graduate student from china. if you read through these pieces, martin richard died at the age of 8 and a 10-year-old in critical condition with severe leg injuries and a 9-year-old girl who lost one of her legs. three people died but there are a lot of people whose lives and family lives who have been altered forever. >> why don't we go to mike barnicle before we do more on the investigation and get a sense of where boston is right now. me mike, you've been talking to people literally since this tragedy struck. i know a news conference yesterday with the mayor and a lot of boston's best coming together to put together funds for the families of the injured and the killed and the city is coming together as best it can. >> it is, mika. last evening, there was a memorial service, a neighborhood memorial service in the dorchester section of boston for martin richard and his family, but specifically for young martin, wi8 years old who was killed in the blast. a few people showed up at a playground a few blocks from the richard home. a bea
and 29 year- old krystle campbell and a chinese graduate student lu lingzi were killed and the explosives. 29 year-old krystle campbell was standing near the finish line when the bombs exploded. her mother patty campbell could not stop sobbing as she talked about how wonderful her daughter was. >> she had a heart of gold, she always had a smile, you could not ask for better daughter. i cannot believe this happened. she was such a hard worker and everything she did. this did not make any sense. >> several boston area public safety unions are offering a $50,000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the attacks. >> address have been made in the murder of the bay area paramedic was driving in the oakland hills april 2nd when he was shot and killed. five arrests, all boys aged 16 or younger and will tran is at police headquarters in oakland. >> the two youngest suspects are 14 years old. they made the final rest yesterday. they made the arrest of the same day that clinton boy yeaer was laid to rest. he was a paramedic in santa clara county. he was here to take hi
killed, unnamed chinese graduate student and krystle campbell. >> everyone that knew her, loved her. >> struggling to grasp the unthinkable. >> reporter: investigation are saying someone know who is did this. a broad request of the public, someone looking for ingredients for a bomb, maybe heard someone testing, any know with information, they are asking to come forward, 2000 tips, the president will be here in boston on thursday to speak at a memmorial service, to help this community as it tries to heal. >> bringing in pete williams into the discussion. i want to start with the images, the first one lester showed u. us, the immediate aftermath, from across the street, looking down. you will see a man in black, his clothing has been shredded, running from the scene. are investigators looking at that? this is not the one okay, here is the one we are talking about. our invest gators looking at him running to or away from terror? >> i would say running away. with a window over the finish line, we saw this man. can you see the impact of the blast partially ripped his clothes away. now, t
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was such a hard worker in everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> krystle campbell was at the race with her best friend who suffered severe injuries. >> then the youngest victims, 8-year-old martin richard was remembered last night in his dorchester neighborhood, with a candlelight vigil. the vigil was at a park where he often played. abc's linsey davis has a look at his life cut short. >> reporter: the big brown smiling eyes of martin richard makes the sorrow of what happened monday afternoon all the more palpable. the 8-year-old was known as a little league star. >> he was the fastest kid, maybe the tallest kid on his team. just a marvel to watch on the field. but he was just -- a delightful young boy. >> reporter: friends say the family went to the boston marathon every year. but one of those twin explosions ended martin's short life sending his mother to the hospital with a serious head injury. his younger sister lost a leg. neighbors in this close knit community are now grieving along with martin's father. >> i was outside with my dog, i saw him get out of the car. he was dres
that are going through sch a situation. >> reporter: 29-year-old krystle campbell was also killed. her mother is still in shock. >> i can't believe this has happened. >> reporter: the third person killed was a boston university grad student. and president obama will come here tomorrow. he'll speak at an interfaith service dedicated to those killed and injured. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in boston. thank you, susan. >>> well, earlier i spoke with cnn correspondent john miller. he's also a former assistant fbi director and he says the bombs were simple but deadly. >> what we're learning is that both devices, the one in front of the runner's shop and the lenscrafters, the one in front of the starbucks were pressure cooker devices contained in black nylon bags or more likely backpacks, and the way the pressure cooker works is you put your explosives inside. it's a good device. for high explosives you can use smokeless powder or pyro techs, smokeless powder and you have your timer, your initiator, and when it's supposed to detonate. it detonates inside and then the pressure of the explosion bui
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student lingzu dislu and krystle campbell, who went to the marathon to cheer for her friend. >> she was always smiling. you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this has happened. she's such a happy worker at everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >>> as boston comes to grips with monday's tragedy, the newtown families are dealing with an unexpected blow as the senate prepares for key blows today on background checks. joe manchin tells nbc news he doesn't have the votes. >> we have over 90% of the senate democrats that will vote affirmative. if we just had 20% of our republican colleagues, that's not a heavy ask, not a heavy lift. in west virginia, gun show background and criminal checks for gun shows, 83% of west virginiaens support it in one of toughest gun culture in the country. 86% across the board. >>> but they can't get to 60. good day on "andrea mitchell reports" in washington. as the fbi is learning more about the bombs used, capitol hill is now on alert. suspicious letters are being tested. they're targeting senators, and we have learned president
-old krystle campbell and lu lingzi, a chinese graduate student at boston university. last night, neighbors and friends of martin richard and his family held a candlelight vigil near a baseball diamond and field where he used to play. >> everybody knows them, everybody loves them. it's just unthinkable, you know, anybody's little boy, was our little boy. >> reporter: boston common was the site of another vigil last night. several hundred turned out to sing and pay tribute to those killed, and the more than 170 injured. >> bostonians and people who are here are resilient and we come together in the hardest times and the best times so you know it's still great to be a bostonian. >> reporter: and in washington today, secretary of state john kerry, who also calls boston home, spoke emotionally at a congressional hearing. >> the granddaughter of a very, very close supporter and friend of mine through all my political career is fighting to keep both of her legs. boston is not going to be intimidated by this. but we're going to find out who did this. >> reporter: many of the injured, who were tre
, it is an act of terror. >> among the dead, 8-year-old martin richard, 29-year-old krystle campbell and the third victim is a boston university grad student from china whose parents asked her name not be made public. let's get to the latest with pete williams. i want to start with the two photos, the before and after of a bag next to a mailbox. how important are investigators thinking these could be? >> to be determined, i think. they are looking at this picture and similar pictures to see if that's how the bombs were placed. they're sort of contradictory photo evidence here about whether that's where they went because the after doesn't seem to show a lot of damage, but it's quite clear that the bombs themselves were not busted up into little tiny pieces and the pictures we're seeing show some large pictures of the cook er themselves. let me show you right here, you can see the brand name. inok. of one of the pressure cookers and on the pictures that show the batteries, this is a chinese made battery and these are also wires that were made in china. now, that kind of lead is very im
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. you heard a little more of that tension right there from carson campbell and the omb director. and medicare, how to reform it, there is just as little agreement on that pier it on the republican side of the house, they talked about changes to the way medicare is administered and who will be entitled to medicare. raising the age of eligibility. you heard mitt romney having on that. you heard republicans talk about that in the paul ryan budget. if you like any need to raise that eligibility. president obama's budget is not on your raising the age because it is a tough issue to sell on voters, and people get really upset when they think they're going to have to wait longer to get their benefits. so they talk about doing it in a different way. it would reduce some services, it would certainly pass some costs onto seniors. they just do it in a different way. both sides cannot come to an agreement on how to reform it, but they're talking about it because a few years ago we would not have even heard the conversation, so that is a big deal. in north carolina. good morning. caller: abo
will be around the seasonal average. expect 67 for fremont milpitas. 69 in campbell. plenty of the upper 60s to look for to in the east bay. antioch 68. 69 le >> the '60s for downtown san francisco and 66 expected in berkeley. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights a string of sunshine. very warm conditions as we head into the weekend. it is definitely going to feel like springtime again. '80s inland. upper seventies around the bay mid to upper 60s along the coast. >> darya. >> thank you erica. this is one of the scenes we have seen over and over again. a runner an older man was forced off his feet when the first explosion hit at the boston marathon. let us take a look at the video and asia have not seen it. we will draw a circle around him so you can see as he goes down. >> 78 years old and about to cross the finish line. that is what happened when the earth shook. a lot of people said they felt the ground shaking. listen as the veteran marathon runner descries with the moment was like. >> i got down about 15 ft. of the finishing apron and a tremendous explosion sound like
about, martin richards and crystal campbell, both from massachusetts. the front page of the washington times this morning, this is their headline -- that the "washington times " on the bombing. also, here's the new york times. in the new "new york times, a senior law-enforcement officials said they were looking the connection between pressure cookers, which is how the bombs were used, and al qaeda in the arabian peninsula. some reporting from the papers this morning. getting your reaction, day two of your reaction to the bombings in boston. we begin with charles, an independent caller. aller: i'm just calling about fox reporter in boston going around asking people about the situation that happened and what should they do to the people. and he tried to switch over like it was the president's fault, asking do you think the president has done enough? it is the same stuff with them. these people are grieving a loss and they are trying to say it's the president's fault. i don't understand fox news. are a bunch of haters. we are trying to bring the country together. i just don't get them. th
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